Knowledge Management in Heterogeneous Data Warehouse Environments
This paper addresses issues related to Knowledge Management in the context of heterogeneous data warehouse environments. The traditional notion of data warehouse is evolving into a federated warehouse augmented by a knowledge repository, together with a set of processes and services to support enterprise knowledge creation, refinement, indexing, dissemination and evolution.
KeywordsKnowledge Management Resource Description Framework Data Warehouse Customer Relationship Management Knowledge Worker
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